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    Karta Ledovitago mori︠a︡ i Vostochnago okeana
    Generalʹnai︠a︡ karta Ledovitago mori︠a︡ i Vostochnago okeana
    Depths shown by soundings in coastal waters. Also covers Russian Far East and Alaska. In Russian. Greenwich, Paris, and Petersburg meridians; Greenwich degrees numbered westward to 240⁰. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Includes Hydrographic Department insigne. LC copy rubber-stamped, annotated on cloth backing, fold-lined.
    • Contributor: Russia. Gidrograficheskīĭ Departament
    • Date: 1844
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    Karta morskikh otkrytīĭ Rosīĭskimi moreplavateli︠a︡mi na Tikhom i Ledovitom mori︠a︡kh : v raznykh godakh uchinennykh General map covering North Pacific Ocean, small part of Arctic Ocean north of Bering Strait, and the adjacent coastal regions of Russian Far East and Alaska. Printed map does not show specifically identified discoveries or explorers' routes. Relief shown pictorially. Title and place-names in old-orthography Russian; added notes in French. Facsim. reproductions (5 copies) of this map are separately cataloged under the class. no. ...
    • Contributor: Russia. Depo Kart - Wilbrecht, Alexander
    • Date: 1802
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    Karta morskikh otkrytīĭ Rosīĭskimi moreplavateli︠a︡mi na Tikhom i Ledovitom mori︠a︡kh : v raznykh godakh uchinennykh / Catalog Record Only Relief shown pictorially. General map covering North Pacific Ocean, small part of Arctic Ocean north of Bering Strait, and the adjacent coastal regions of Russian Far East and Alaska. The original map does not show indicated discoveries or explorers' routes. Title and place-names in old-orthography Russian; added notes in French handwriting on the original; facsim. reproduction statement in English. Original title. Prime meridian: Ferro. ...
    • Contributor: Russia. Depo Kart
    • Date: 1898
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    [Topograficheskie karty azii︠a︡tskoĭ chasti Rossīĭskoĭ Imperīi masshtaba 1:84 000]. Catalog Record Only Topographic quadrangles of Asiatic Imperial Russia (later--Asiatic USSR). Relief variously shown by contours, hachures, spot heights, and rock drawings. Title devised by cataloguer. Name of local political-administrative area covered by the sheet is given in upper margin on some sheets. Most of these quadrangles were originally produced during the late Imperial period (pre-1917) but were reissued later by Soviet topographic mapping agencies. Reprinter's name ...
    • Contributor: Russia. Armii︠a︡. Glavnyĭ Shta Kartograficheskoe Zavedenīe - Russia. Armii︠a︡. Korpus Voennykh Topografov - Soviet Union. Upravlenie Voennykh Topografov
    • Date: 1887